(BASI Pilates Mat Masterclass for Runners/Crossfit enthusiasts with Efi Mavrogianni)

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BASI Pilates Mat Masterclass for Runners/Crossfit enthusiasts with Efi Mavrogianni


This BASI Pilates Masterclass will focus on improving core function, flexibility, re-educating proper mechanics and alignment of the body and reinforcing the mind-body connection which is very beneficial for all athletic activities. This Masterclass is suitable for runners, CrossFit enthusiasts and the male athlete in general, who are looking for an alternative, safe but dynamic way to cross-train.

Monday, 21st October 2019
7:15pm - 8.15pm (60min)
Upside Motion Shenton
with BASI Master Trainer Efi Mavrogianni

About Efi Mavrogianni
Efi has expressed herself through movement in ballet and began tennis lessons at the early age of five. She was a competitive tennis player for 11 years. Efi had been accepted to the University of Iraklion, Crete to study Physics and Mathematics when she was diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis. She immediately became aware of the integrated nature of the body and began researching natural ways of healing and postural therapies to restore functional movement in her own body.
Efi discovered that Pilates strengthens the whole body and improves posture, while not compromising the safety of the spine. She attended her first Mentor Program in May 2012, where she met Rael Isacowitz, and got inspired by his passion and mastery. She was encouraged to join the BASI Faculty.

She has attended specialization courses for various Injuries and Pathologies, with a special interest in the spine. Also, courses for specific populations, such as Enhancing Athletic Performance, Pre and Post Natal Certification Course, Pilates for the Mature Client, Pilates for Autoimmune Diseases (such as Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus), Chronic Pain Syndrome, Breast Cancer Recovery, Osteopenia/Osteoporosis.

* Non-Refundable

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